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Back in December Twitter and its subsidiary TweetDeck were fined for late accounts filing by the U.K. registrar of companies, Companies House. Since then Twitter has filed its accounts but TweetDeck has not and Companies House has now put forward a proposal to strike it off the register — as spotted by SkyNews.

A spokesperson for Companies House told Sky News: “This is a non-compliance issue and a compulsory strike-off action has commenced. TweetDeck is still yet to file. That means they have 99 days to file up-to-date accounts or face being dissolved and struck-off the register.”

TweetDeck’s listing on the Companies House website includes the proposal to strike the company off, and also details that its account filing has been overdue since the end of September last year:

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At the time of writing Twitter had not responded to a request for comment on the reason for the late filing…

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